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reference mark

[′ref·rəns ‚märk]
(electronics)
One of the marks used in a design of a printed circuit, giving scale dimensions and indicating the edges of the circuit board.

reference mark

A supplementary mark of permanent character close to a survey station, to
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The kinematic analyses of the competitive turn have measured the time between two reference marks, usually at 7.
2) An organically produced ingredients statement uses the word "organic" in conjunction with the ingredient's name, or an asterisk or other reference mark which is defined below the ingredient statement
Coordinates (x,y and [theta]) of the robot in the absolute reference mark
The ethical code must become a reference mark, so that everyone understands the same things.
REFERENCE Mark Perch's problem with his Ford Explorer on the Central Six car park in Coventry ("It's Spoo-key: Motorist Mark floored as his vehicle shuts down by itself", Evening Telegraph, March 12)
Thus, that number became our reference mark, and both of the top two bids were compared against it.
The safety lock ring easily slides and locks at the desired needle extension and a "Zero" reference mark indicates the needle's complete retraction within the sheath.
19-01 reference mark indicating that it meets applicable national standards.
Reportedly the smallest optical encoder kit available, the x 6 x 4 mm PCB mount device has 3-channel output, which includes a reference mark and broad output tolerances for automated assembly.
I explained to the fleet replacement pilot how to use the system to place a reference mark at defined coordinates.
The laser photocell enables mounting the phase pickup up to two feet or even more from the shaft with the reference mark," Norfield said.
Candidates attach particular importance to offer products of quality at least equivalent to the reference mark